The SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy, 1st Edition

  • Edward S. Neukrug Old Dominion University
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1483346498
  • ISBN-13: 9781483346496
  • DDC: 158.301
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 1280 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2015 | Published/Released July 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2015

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The SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and PsychotherapyThis is a two-volume source that traces theory and examines counseling and psychotherapy from historic origins to current trends and movements. It is a quick, one-stop source on contemporary counseling and psychotherapy theory developed by a team of international scholars.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
List of Entries.
Reader's Guide.
List of Theorists.
About the Editor.
Other Frontmatter.
1: Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy.
2: Acceptance and Commitment Group Therapy.
3: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
4: Ackerman, Nathan.
5: Ackerman Relational Approach.
6: Activity-Based Group Psychotherapy.
7: Acupuncture and Acupressure.
8: Adler, Alfred.
9: Adlerian Group Therapy.
10: Adlerian Therapy.
11: Advanced Integrative Therapy.
12: Adventure-Based Therapy.
13: Alexander Technique.
14: Analytical Psychology.
15: Animal Assisted Therapy.
16: Applied Behavior Analysis.
17: Archetypal Psychotherapy.
18: Aromatherapy.
19: Art Therapy.
20: Assimilative Psychotherapy Integration.
21: Attachment Group Therapy.
22: Attachment Theory and Attachment Therapies.
23: Attachment-Focused Family Therapy.
24: Attack Therapy.
25: Autogenic Training.
26: Bandura, Albert.
27: Beck, Aaron T..
28: Behavior Modification.
29: Behavior Therapies: Overview.
30: Behavior Therapy.
31: Behavioral Activation.
32: Behavioral Group Therapy.
33: Bibliotherapy.
34: Biodynamic Psychology.
35: Bioenergetic Analysis.
36: Biofeedback.
37: Biopsychosocial Model.
38: Body-Mind Centering®.
39: Body-Oriented Therapies: Overview.
40: Bodytalk.
41: Böszörményi-Nagy, Ivan.
42: Bowen, Murray.
43: Brain Change Therapy.
44: Brainspotting.
45: Breathwork in Contemplative Psychotherapy.
46: Brief Therapy.
47: Cautious, Dangerous, and/or Illegal Practices: Overview.
48: Cerebral Electric Stimulation.
49: Chaos Theory.
50: Characteranalytical Vegetotherapy.
51: Chess Therapy.
52: Classical Conditioning.
53: Classical Psychoanalytic Approaches: Overview.
54: Cognitive Analytic Therapy.
55: Cognitive Enhancement Therapy.
56: Cognitive Processing Therapy.
57: Cognitive-Behavioral Family Therapy.
58: Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy.
59: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies: Overview.
60: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.
61: Coherence Therapy.
62: Collaborative Therapy.
63: Common Factors in Therapy.
64: Complementary and Alternative Approaches: Overview.
65: Concentrative Movement Therapy.
66: Constructivist Therapies: Overview.
67: Constructivist Therapy.
68: Contemplative Psychotherapy.
69: Contemporary Psychodynamic-Based Therapies: Overview.
70: Contextual Therapy.
71: Core Energetics.
72: Core Process Psychotherapy.
73: Couple and Family Hypnotic Therapy.
74: Couples, Family, and Relational Models: Overview.
75: Creative Arts and Expressive Therapies: Overview.
76: Critical Incident Stress Management.
77: Cross-Cultural Counseling Theory.
78: Cyclical Psychodynamics.
79: Dance Movement Therapy.
80: Daseinsanalysis.
81: De Shazer, Steve, and Insoo Kim Berg.
82: Developmental Constructivism.
83: Developmental Counseling and Therapy: Theory and Brain-Based Practice.
84: Developmental Needs Meeting Strategy.
85: Dialectical Behavior Therapy.
86: Directive Therapy.
87: Drama Therapy.
88: Eclecticism.
89: Ecological Counseling.
90: Ecotherapy.
91: Ecowellness.
92: Ego Psychology.
93: Ego State Therapy.
94: Ego-Oriented Therapies: Overview.
95: Ellis, Albert.
96: Emotional Freedom Techniques.
97: Emotion-Focused Family Therapy.
98: Emotion-Focused Therapy.
99: Energy Psychology.
100: Erickson, Milton H..
101: Erickson-Derived or -Influenced Theories: Overview.
102: Ericksonian Therapy.
103: Evidence-Based Psychotherapy.
104: Existential Group Psychotherapy.
105: Existential Therapy.
106: Existential-Humanistic Therapies: Overview.
107: Experiential Psychotherapy.
108: Exposure and Response Prevention.
109: Exposure Therapy.
110: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy.
111: Eye Movement Integration Therapy.
112: Family Constellation Therapy.
113: Feedback-Informed Treatment.
114: Feldenkrais Method.
115: Feminist Family Therapy.
116: Feminist Psychoanalytic Therapy.
117: Feminist Therapy.
118: Focused Brief Group Therapy.
119: Focusing-Oriented Therapy.
120: Foundational Therapies: Overview.
121: Frankl, Viktor.
122: Freud, Sigmund.
123: Freudian Psychoanalysis.
124: Functional Analytic Group Therapy.
125: Functional Analytic Psychotherapy.
126: Gender Aware Therapy.
127: Gestalt Group Therapy.
128: Gestalt Therapy.
129: Glasser, William.
130: Gottman Method Couples Therapy.
131: Group Analysis.
132: Group Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories: Overview.
133: Guided Imagery Therapy.
134: Hakomi Therapy.
135: Haley, Jay.
136: Healing from the Body Level Up.
137: Healing Touch.
138: Heart Rate Variability.
139: Heartmath.
140: Hellerwork.
141: Herbal Medicine.
142: Holding Therapy.
143: Holotropic Breathwork.
144: Homeopathic Medicine and Counseling.
145: Horney, Karen.
146: Human Validation Process Model.
147: Humanistic Psychoanalysis of Erich Fromm.
148: Hypnotherapy.
149: Identity Renegotiation Counseling.
150: Imago Relationship Therapy.
151: Impact Therapy.
152: Improvisational Therapy.
153: Inner Child Therapy.
154: Integral Eye Movement Therapy.
155: Integral Psychotherapy.
156: Integrative Approaches: Overview.
157: Integrative Body Psychotherapy.
158: Integrative Family Therapy.
159: Integrative Forgiveness Psychotherapy.
160: Integrative Milieu Model.
161: Interaction Focused Therapy.
162: Internal Family Systems Model.
163: Interpersonal Group Therapy.
164: Interpersonal Integrative Group Therapy.
165: Interpersonal Psychoanalysis.
166: Interpersonal Psychotherapy.
167: Interpersonal Theory.
168: Intersubjective Group Psychotherapy.
169: Intersubjective-Systems Theory.

Meet the Author

Author Bio

Edward S. Neukrug

Edward S. Neukrug is the Professor of Counseling at Old Dominion University, Dr. Ed Neukrug has made a substantial impact on the fields of counseling and human services. An author of 11 books and dozens of articles and chapters in books, his works have been read by thousands of counseling and human services students and professionals. A leader in several counseling and human services associations, he has helped steer the fields toward the future. In addition, Dr. Neukrug was the architect of the original ethics code of the National Association of Human Services (NOHS) and served in a variety of capacities for professional associations. He has several open-access, free websites which focus on learning of counseling theories, understanding one’s view of human nature, testing and assessment, and more. His commitment to, and work in, the counseling and human services professions has been unwavering. Dr. Neukrug has received numerous awards for his work, including twice receiving the President’s award from NOHS and recently receiving the American Counseling Association’s (ACA) Fellows designation. You can view his works, open access websites, and accomplishments at and